Classic Gold (album)

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Classic Gold
George Carlin Classic Gold.jpg
Compilation album by George Carlin
Released October 27, 1992
Recorded 1971–73
Genre Comedy
Label Atlantic Records
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Classic Gold is an album by American comedian George Carlin, released on October 27, 1992 on Atlantic Records. It contains the comedian's first three gold albums in their entirety: FM & AM (disc 1, tracks 1–10), Class Clown (disc 1, 11–13 and disc 2, tracks 1–6) and Occupation: Foole (disc 2, tracks 7–17).

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. Shoot
  2. The Hair Piece
  3. Sex in Commercials
  4. Drugs
  5. Birth Control
  6. Son of Wino
  7. Divorce Game
  8. Ed Sullivan Self Taught
  9. Let's Make a Deal
  10. The 11 O'Clock News
  11. Class Clown
  12. Wasted Time - Sharing a Swallow
  13. Values (How Much Is That Dog Crap in the Window?)

Disc 2[edit]

  1. I Used to Be Irish Catholic
  2. The Confessional
  3. Special Dispensation: Heaven, Hell. Purgatory and Limbo
  4. Heavy Mysteries
  5. Muhammad Ali-America the Beautiful
  6. Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television
  7. Welcome to My Job
  8. Occupation: Foole
  9. White Harlem
  10. The Hallway Groups
  11. Black Consciousness
  12. New York Voices
  13. Grass Swept the Neighborhood
  14. Childhood Clichés
  15. Cute Little Farts
  16. Raisin Rhetoric
  17. Filthy Words


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